Rez Infinite -Synesthesia Suit
For this exhibit, the space has been designed to extend these multimodal senses of the “Synesthesia Suit” (lights, vibrations) into the area. It is also an experiment to simulate the full body VR experience in the space.
水口 哲也Media Designer, Resonair,
Project Professor, Keio University Graduate School of Media Design (KMD)
Along with his pursuit of research on the links between human desires and media, Tetsuya Mizuguchi engages in a wide range of creative activities in synesthesia around the globe, spanning genres such as video games, music and
visual creation. His works include Rez (2001), Lumines (2004), and Child of Eden (2010).
A professional team thinking new contents and realizing them. We help our clients, self-government bodies and national governments to develop their facilities, local area and urban cities. Our greatest goal is to accomplish the whole process, from brainstorming about what the contents should be at each place and making a research with our client to think and realize our concept as a final output regardless of work scale, such as city development with forming a new community, urban development with "definition" of the area based on its context or facility development with brand-building. We ponder the place, event, contents, space and city at the same time, then produce the best output, not clinging to create a spatial representation. We think even an art event as an option.
Keio Media DesignThe mission of the Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University (KMD) is to develop media innovators who have the ability to innovate on their own to create social value. Media innovators who are able to go beyond specific disciplines and national borders and be active on the global stage will be the leaders in the creative society of the 21st century.